Our Team

Hunt Williams

Board Member

Huntington (“Hunt”) Williams grew up in North Carolina during the Civil Rights era, studied French and Philosophy at Yale, and earned a D. Phil at Oxford as a Marshall Scholar. He has run for-profit and nonprofit organizations related to research funding, technology-based economic development, and university-industry collaboration, and consults on higher education strategy and K-12 education equity. Earlier in his career, he wrote speeches for the chairman and president of ABC and was the founding editor of the Gannett Center Journal at the Columbia School of Journalism. He taught Head Start for a year in Charlotte, N.C. after high school, lives in Baltimore with his wife Debra, and is the father of three Millennial voters and a Yorkshire Terrier named Luca.